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Monday, June 16, 2014

Plot Bunny #5: Question Time!

I saw these questions on Anne-girl's blog and had to snatch them up! :) I'm using it for my newest plot bunny, Dancing on Dangerous Ground.



1. Pick a "villain song" for this bunny. {i. e. Gaston,Falcon in the Dive }
Okay, for some reason "Cruella de Ville" or "Prince Ali (Reprise" come to mind. The first one for an antagonist of this story (a girl who is jealous of Monique) and the latter for the same person who wants to bring up Monique's past to make her seem bad.

2. Take the first character you created for this bunny, what is his or her worst fear?
That someone will find out about her past and think her the worse for it. (Even though it really wasn't her fault, she feels as if it is.)

3. What does your protagonist do on Wednesdays? Antagonist?
She goes to dance class, like every other day. She also treats herself to something special, like pizza. The antagonist doesn't do anything special on Wednesdays from any other day.

4. If your protagonist could steal something what would it be?
She's not the type to go against the law when she could already be put in their bad books. But if she would, then she would steal a beautiful dance costume.

5. Give two of your characters a special thing that they do {like a special handshake, an inside joke, a tradition together}
To get Faith off her back, Monique starts going to Faith's Monday Bible study groups. Against her original feelings, Monique starts to realize that she enjoys hearing about God and having Someone she can trust in.

6. Pick the epicest person in your book and describe them. Preferably give an actor as well.
Monique. She's a dancer, but she's also taken self-defence training and she can definitely take care of herself.

She could be a younger version of Michelle Rodriguez (in looks).



7. Which Jane Austen Character does your protagonist most resemble?
The sad truth is, I have only read Pride and Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility. But without a doubt, Lizzy Bennett.

8. How would your characters react to an airplane ride?
With a calm demeanor. It's nothing really big for her. *shrugs*

9. What demographic could this bunny be for?
I'd say Christian young adult. But not young adult meaning teen or YA. Older than that. I think.

10. Describe your inciting event
Monique's life has already been changed with her admission to a professional dance studio. But when things start to get less-than-normal is when she and Faith receive a death note in a bunch of roses.

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